devastated this place is. it felt much more so than manhattan, i think, just walking through the main town. so much more -- hardware ripped apart, fences down, street posts down, electricity down. so many visitors shocked, and people working very hard. a lot of people in the business is dragging out bags and bags and bags of rubbish, trying to get their business is back up and running. on top of that, we've got the big humanitarian situation, which really will take some time to resolve. this is a town of 50,000 people. you might know that yesterday, the mayor of this town was estimating that anything up to 20,000 may still need rescuing. it is a quite staggering proportions of the community here. the national guard are out. they are out really the west of the town, that was particularly badly hit, trying to get people out.